The following is his signal path, as explained by Andy Othling to Strymon: this1smyne buffer Walrus Audio Deep Six Electro Harmonix Micro POG Walrus Audio Mayflower Earthquaker Devices Bit Commander Xotic EP Booster Ernie Ball MVP (with Boss TU-3 on tuner output) Electro Harmonix Superego Malekko Ekko 616 Dr. Scientist Tremolessence Strymon El Capistan Boss DD-5 (in hold mode for stutter/glitch effects) ZVex Instant Lo-fi Junky Strymon TimeLine Strymon BigSky Disaster Area DMC-3 XL controller is connected to both the Timeline and BigSky via MIDI Two this1smyne mini expression knobs are also controlling different parameters on the Timeline and Bigskymore
Bought this off of Amazon and it has been great. Really nice amount of transparency yet it changes and dirties up your tone perfectly. I dig it. Worth the money I payed for it. Also (not that it matters too much) it looks dope.
The Mayflower Overdrive by Walrus Audio is a low to medium gain overdrive pedal with great clarity that sparkles with single coil pickups. The individual Bass/Treble controls allow you to get creative, taking you from spanky country licks to thick chords for alternative rock while maintaining solid chord definition. The Mayflower works very well in combination with fuzz pedals, including both of Walrus's offerings, the Jupiter and the Janus. Like all Walrus Audio pedals, the Mayflower is hand made in Norman, Oklahoma with superb build quality and attention to detail.
I use this to drive amps on stage, it is a pretty darn good transparent orverdrive that doesn't color my tone as I want it. It's a bit pricey for a drive pedal but hell it is so versatile for what I play.